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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAYi AlffllL 3> 1920 TUB LErrHBnmGE f>AIT.Y !roRAT.P PAGE FIVR �rala and LliaatMli WINKIPEG, April S.-The under-lono to the future market today was very ntrong and prices advanced. The volume of buBlness was not large. In tin; cash markets there was a-good demand for all grades of oats and barley with Hpreads unchanged. The ofCei--IngK v/oro light and the volume of busi-iieaa small. There was nothing doing in the oa.sh flax inarltet. Ryo is in guoil steady, demand, but offerings jiractlcully nil. OatK closed 1 3-8c, higher for May rmd 1 l-2c up for July; barley 4o bigher for May and S l-2c'hlghor for .luiy; flax 7c up for May and July; 3lye 3, ;^4c higher for May. Quotations: OATS- May ... .'I July ... .. I3ARI.BY M;iy .. (. . July ..... li'LjVX- M�y ...... July..... UYE- May ...... Open. 1541;. 517 ^503 Close. 100% �95% 1571/2 152% 522% 500 197% ........ 194% Cash Prices OATS- >;n. 2 C.W.. .103% No. 3 C.W.. . 97% K.-.rra No. 1 fped ............. 97% N'o. 1 feed.. 96% No. 2 feed.. 95% Tvicli:............. .........100% BAULEV-  No. C.W.. .171% No. 4 C.W.. .151 IVod :.......................139% Trai* .......................157% flax-No. 1 N.V.'.C...................519% No. 3 f'.W...512V. No. 3 C.W...452% 'J'l-utk .....................519% RYK- No. ;; c. w. ...-,..............197% Winnipeg Livestock WINNIi^EG. April 3.-{Dominion Livestocic Branch)-Receipts, this luorHiug were oi;]y SO boad of r.attlo anil 105 bogsi.' There wa;; only a hand-full or! i^lnck m Ibe yr.rdr; I his morning v.vaX not aufflcicnt to (.�jii::tirute a mar-Ircr. Quut.-itions on tJio f'^w head, ^^e!^hcll up wore generaliy steady at Thursday's close, but low sales were Tbo hog market v.-as vv'eak, ?20 bnhig bid for selects, fed and watered, til!; boing 50c lower than Thursday's close, aiul prospects are tor still lower pricor. during the work. vllle show which Will bo offered at the Colonial Theatre on-Monday and Tueaday slioulii draw capacity houses, for it gives promise of being an all-round good show. "Jiffy Juggling," offered by Mabel land Partner, will bo a big novelty on this bill. This team pf.clevpr performers have an electrical ^ndlan Club juggling act that is spectacular and unusual. They open their act with the stage In total darkness, illUmlnat-tjd only by the electric clubs, which whirl through the nlr fast and' furiously. Sonio attractive dancing and other novelties are introduced by the versatile pair during the act. A special feature of the bill will be the appearance of SIdonne Dhton, prima-'donna soprano. Miss Dixon Is appearing In vaudevllle^for. a limited season, having been drafted from the concert platform and operatic stage. For two seaaons she was a principal with the Boktoh Grand Opera Com- ? ? .� ? THEATRE READERS, PAGE 16 ? ? Owing to press of theatre ad- ? rs and gun fighta between moou-sliitiors and revenue officers Vi'ill grip you to your seats. Muskcil uifilit riders chase an outlet w over i!io rugged mountains until hi' is hurled over,a cKTf iiy his horse. A jjirl on horseback makes a tlyiu:< lc;ip nvPi- a cliasm a hundred feet dee]), Imroiy making 1h? jump, in. ord-<:; lo r-:av3 lier swerthoart from death by i! ligiitod dyiKUTiile bomb. See it, Ajiril 7tl). at the Empress. :\ Mreat (ox cha.su, in which mounted biiiiters leap hedge and stream until 'li:i' fox is brought to bay. Tin- llirllling rescue of a tlioi-ough-brcd raijor from a blazing barn by a 01' a girl. ALL STAR "HIP" SHOW AT COLONIAL MON. AND TUES. Next Friday, April 9 ' Mr. Percy Hutchison AND HIS LONDON COMPANY, IN THE MILITARY COMEDY 'GENERAL POSf By HAROLD E. TERRY Presented Exactly as Produced by Mr. Hutchison at the Haymarket Theatre, London, Where it Ran for Fourteen Consecutive Months. �'One of the most brilliant iiomedies of the year. It is \ indeed very clever, very fresh and very amusing." -Daily Mirror, London. ''The audience was delighted with the whole affair. A tumult of applause,"- The Tim�s, London. "GENERAL POST" 18 TO THE ARMY WHAT "THE LUCK OF THE NAVY" IS TO THE NAVY. Prices................ $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c SEAT SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY, lOJ^OO A.M. AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORJH'S , , EI^FRESS-Starting Apr. 7th A TREMENDOUS SPEaACLE Something to be Glad About-Not Just a Picture But a Great s(how FULL OF THRILLS Every scene will grip you-hundreds oC night riders chasing an assassin, a thrilling horse race, feudistj battles, moonshiners fighting men hurled oyer cUtts, a fox hunt, a gin on horseback leaping over a chasm, braving death by dynamite and risking her life in a burning Ibani. . . A picture cf dafing deeds in Old Kentucky, the land of,beautiful women and fearless inen._ _ A First National Attractior, TONIGHT LAST SHOWING CHARLES RAY in "CROOKED STRAIGHT Mm. ft ALSO "WILD WOMEN" MONDAY AND TUESDAY CHARLES CHAPLIN in "SUNNYSIDE" ONE OF HIS BEST MAJESTIC-Sr ONE NIGHT ONLY RETURN AND FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT OF THE DUMBELLS SaSDIV. THEATRICAL UNIT C.E.F. AUGMENTED BY STARS FROM EACH CANADIAN DIVISION tN THEIR ORIGINAL OVERSEAS REVUE GORGEOUSLY GOWNED -"LAVISHLY STAGED -AS PRESENTED OVER SCO TIMES AT THE FRONT 22 SURE-FIRE SONG HITS Now returning to Eastern Canada and the Maritime Provinces Prices............................................. �1.90, $1.00, 76o SEATS NOW SELLING AT ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH �4 STARLAND MONDAY AND TUESDAY WILLIAM FOX Presents TOM MIX NOTED FILM STAR AND DAREDEVIL OF THE SCREEN Battles with Outlaws in a The special all-star "Hii)" vaude- i LAST TIMES TONIGHT lae Murray "THEA-B-C OF LOVE" A spicy, wliinisical, wholesome drama, stunning, daring growns with tlie tang of Gay Paree. A rare treat for the ladies, not forgetting the men. A most enjoyable picture. "TRYING TO GET ALONG" A Tv/o-Reel Paramount-Scnnett Scream, and "TOPICS OF THE DAY" MEN OF LETHBRIDGE!! AWAKE NOW LEARN AND SEE THE TRUTH I A drama of life today, told daringly, but truthfully. You owe it to yourself and to posterity to see this picture. And when you have seen it you will commend it to your friends. The day of igiiorance and false modesty on sex subjects is fast vanishing. Knowledge and clean living are the very necessary equipments. SEE FIT A MOTION PICTURE DRAMA TO CQlM^h" THE SOCIAL EVIL Presented under the auspices of the Hon. A.G. MacKay' Minister of Health for the Province of Alberta The moral of this fihn is presented in a forceful and dramatic style that is intended to grip: it is intentionally strong that it may sink deeply into the consciousness of the beholder. That this is necessary to combat this growing evil is proven by the statistics in the possession of th& Provincial Board of Health. FOR MEN ONLY-WED. AND THURS. Matinee Daily at 2.30 Admission SOc; Nights at 7 and 9 GOLONLA.L Theatre Powerful Play of Pluck Sensations by Score DO NOT MISS ni\S^J^ Children, Matinee, 5c Evening 10c \ ^JX^ Adults 35c \ ^ Romance of a Cowgirl Big Stunts Never Before Attempted on the Screen MARY MACLAREN in "THE POINTING FINGER" A Great Feature Attraction JIM CORBETT in "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" "CHARLIE GETS A JOB" Speciar Two Part Comedy "TRAILING THE LEOPARD IN AFRICAN JUNGLES" Thrilling Huuting Pictm-e THPEE SHOWS 2:30 7:00 9:00 Monday STues. I THREE SHOWS 2:30 7:00 9:00 C6 HIP" Vaudeville -BIG HOLIDAY SHOW- MABEL and PARTNER "Jiffy Jugglino" A fast and furious Electrical Indian Club Juggling Act, yvith clever dancing interpolations. TEMPLE and O'BRIEN "TEN A.M." Novelty Comedy Sicetch \ SIDONNE DIXON Dramatic Coloratura Soprano BAKER and BAKER "Harmony SIngino, Piano and Banjo," the Original BanJ�-. pbiends. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF THE MAGNIFICENT SCREEN STAR � KITTY GORDON "ADELE" The best gowned woman on the scrten. In her latest, greatest and most superb feature, photwdrama - - -As great as "Hearts of the World"-More Thrilling Than "The Heart of Humanity"-As Lavish as "Male and Female" -,A Photodramatic Masterpiece That is Worth a Dollar to see, COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA-SIX SOLOISTS, SIX Finest Orchestra in Southern Alberta. HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY | LATEST PATHE I^EVIEW NOTE u'rUAri�RTcE8"F0R THIS GREAT "H?IP"'"s(-ToW Niglits-Adults............50c Children ----.......25c Matinees-Adults ........EOc Children .....'....... 10c In justice to yourself, please come early on Mcnd.-jy night. This is a splendid show. 4988 ;